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  • Meeting Agenda10.19.10
  • New Listings
    Price Reductions
    Open House Needs
    Speed Networking
  • Sandy Lowe
  • The Department of Commerce has the following requirements for habitable bedrooms located below grade.Exits
    Basements and ground floors must have at least one exit, and if there is a bedroom in the basement or ground floor, there must be at least two exits located as far apart as practical.
    An exit can be a door to the exterior of the dwelling, a stairway or ramp that leads to the floor above, a stairway that leads to a garage that has an exit door other than the overhead door, or an egress window.
    All habitable rooms must have natural light by means of glazed openings equal to at least 8 percent of the net floor area.
    An egress window used for exit purposes must be openable from the inside without the use of tools or the removal of a sash. The net opening of an egress window must be at least 20 inches by 24 inches. The lowest point of an egress window opening must not be more than 60 inches above the floor. If the lowest point of an egress window opening is more than 46 inches above the floor, a permanent platform at least 20 inches wide by 9 inches deep must be installed so that the top of the platform is no more than 46 inches below the opening. The top of the platform cannot be more than 24 inches above the floor and must be capable of supporting at least 200 pounds.
    Ceiling Height
    Bedroom ceilings must be at least 7 feet. However, a bedroom may have ceiling heights less than 7 feet if at least 50 percent of the bedroom’s floor area has a 7-foot ceiling.
    Other factors that should be considered include local building code requirements, the size of the room, heating, electric service (outlets, switches, etc), proper ventilation and interior circulation in the room, and whether the waste disposal system for the property has sufficient capacity for another bedroom.
    Basement Bedrooms….
  • Cash Transactions Update
  • References or Testimonials
    Market Share Graphs
    #10 In The Nation Flyer
    Website Graph
    Hotline Chart
    Marketing Plan
    MLS-One Line Report
    Market Snap Shot
    When going on a listing appointment I always take along….
  • Because You are Important
  • Great Job
  • Upcoming Events
  • Christmas is for Kids
    M - Z
    A - L